East Windsor

The Watershed Association’s Project for Municipal Excellence builds partnerships with municipal leaders to support proactive municipal planning. Working with local leaders we assess a municipality’s land use, zoning and other ordinances and create a tailored “Taking the Next Steps” report with recommendations to strengthen local laws, policies and actions to protect clean water and the environment.

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When last assessed in a subwatershed report in 2015, the water quality in Bear Brook was considered “good”. In this assessment, however, the overall water quality score for the brook is linked to the amount of pavement and other hardscape in the surrounding area…

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The Watershed recently installed floating wetlands at the Meadow Lakes retirement community in East Windsor and, if successful, this innovative approach to improving water quality may be expanded…

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With its bucolic beginnings amidst the sprawling agriculture of Millstone Township, Rocky Brook flows northwest through increasing urban development in Hightstown and commercial sections of East Windsor.